Paul Sams is a good guy. Solid dude. High on the dope quotient. The former COO has donated his entire goddamn personal collection of Blizzard games+artifacts to the Strong National Museum of Play. It seems like a bold move for many collectors, but it smacks of sensibility to me. How does one ensure such glorious collection persists in a maintained state? Especially as one ages? While donating it to a museum relinquishes ownership, it also guarantees that it will be an accessible monument for years to come. Cheers!